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Why would anyone want to create a RAC cluster using software that has been desupported for many years?
But if you do lets get some basics.
1. What version of the Oracle database? 10gR2 is not a version number it is a marketing label (all 4 decimal places)?
2. What hardware and operating system including version?
3. What is the storage solution?
4. What is the cache fusion interconnect technology?
5. What are the public and cache fusion IP addresses and have you verified connectivity via ping?
We had to install 10g because that's the highest version of Oracle certified with the application. Hope that answers the question about 'Why would anyone want to create a RAC cluster using software that has been desupported for many years?'.
As to the original CVU issue, I traced it down to the incorrect file permissions. Once the permissions were corrected, CVU utility ran without errors.
Check permissions on exectask* in CRS_HOME/ cv/remenv
Make sure it's set to 755
If not set correctly, the CVU utility fails.
Edited by: stas211 on Feb 12, 2013 7:58 AM
Did you try to run "cluvfy comp clu" ?
Read the reference: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B28359_01/rac.111/b28255/cvu.htm